St. Ann's Warehouse is producing an all-out and quite astounding, graphic version of Mabceth, which opens next week. Oh, and did I mention that it's in Polish? The NY Times has a full article on it today
. Too big to fit into St. Ann’s theater in Dumbo, it will be staged on a specially constructed, two-story stage in the roofless, 19th-century Tobacco Warehouse across the street from St. Ann’s in Empire-Fulton Ferry State Park. (photo of stage construction below). The Trust for Mutual Understanding
, an organization near and dear to Artists Unite's heart, is a generous sponsor of this groundbreaking work of theatre. Check it out if you can!
“TR Warszawa Macbeth” runs from June 17 to 29 at the Tobacco Warehouse, Empire-Fulton Ferry State Park, in Dumbo, on the Brooklyn waterfront; tickets and info: (718) 254-8779 or stannswarehouse.org.